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Managing Partner of Human Capital, a multi-million dollar, global search and talent advisory firm focused on the energy, metals and agriculture value chains. Member of the executive committee and...

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LNG: The New Marginal Fuel with Tamir Druz

LNG now drives natural gas prices in Europe. After decades of this only being the case in Asian markets, LNG could shortly price markets worldwide. How did we get here in terms of assets, players and politics? Will this remain in place throughout the energy transition? What does it mean for producers like the US?  What does it mean for Natural Gas traders and who stands to benefit? Our guest is Tamir Druz, Managing Director of Capra Energy, an LNG and Natural Gas Training and Data Provider. He is also Chief Risk Advisor at Green Trading Capital, an environmental asset investment company. Tamir has had a 25 year career in Natural Gas markets as a trader, risk officer and consultant.

 

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